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States are Banning Coal. Will it Change the Electricity Mix?
Following in the footsteps of several other states with clean energy goals, Hawaii lawmakers passed a bill this month banning utilities from using coal in a bid to curb carbon emissions...
Europe Steams Towards Coal Exit
Europe’s long goodbye to coal is speeding up, in a transition smoothed by the rise of wind and solar power and energy policy that has priced the fossil fuel out of many markets.
Trump Administration Invests in ‘New Future’ for Coal
The U.S. Department of Energy announced on Friday it will provide $118 million in funding to support research and development of technologies to make coal power generation clean.
Yancoal Targets 38mn t of Australian Coal Sales in 2020
Chinese-Australian coal firm Yancoal expects to produce 38mn t of saleable coal in 2020, up by 6.7pc from 35.6mn t in 2019.
Global Coal Consumption is Being Driven by Developing Countries
According to the Energy Information Administration, combustion of coal emits about 210 pounds of CO2 per million British thermal units of energy.
German Hard Coal Imports Could Fall by 16-30% in 2020
Germany's imports of hard coal will likely decline by between 16 and 30 per cent in 2020, importers group VDKi forecast on Thursday.
Colliery Can Now Work Through Loadshedding
South Africa's only anthracite coal mine, Zululand Anthracite Colliery in Ulundi, now has its own back-up generators to deal with loadshedding.
Jellinbah Extends Lake Vermont Coking Coal Mine
Jellinbah, a private Australian coal producer, has signed a A $2.5bn contract.
Indian Thermal Ccoal Imports at Major Ports Decline 35% to 17.71 MT in April-June: IPA
Thermal coal imports at India's 12 major ports dropped 34.70 % to 17.71 million tonnes (MT) in the first quarter of the current fiscal.
Indonesia's Coal Reserves Rise
Indonesia's coal reserves have increased slightly as of the end of 2019, meaning that if annual production remains at around current levels the reserves will last until 2090.
Wyoming Regulators Approve Coal Mine Construction, Permit
Environmental regulators have approved a construction of a coal mine in northern Wyoming, the state’s first new coal mine in almost half a century.
Coal India Exploration Arm adds 7.8 Billion Tonnes to Proven Coal Reserves
Coal India’s exploration arm has added 7.8 billion tonnes of coal to India's proven reserves base in 2019-20, the largest addition in a year so far.
Indonesia Sets July Coal Benchmark Price at Lowest in 4 yrs
The Indonesian government set its coal benchmark price (HBA) for July at $52.16 per tonne, down from $52.98 per tonne last month
Coal India's Production Falls for Third Straight Month
Indian state-controlled mining firm Coal India's production and supplies to domestic buyers fell again in June from the previous year because of weak demand and high domestic coal stocks.
Poland's Coal Production in May Decreased by 39.5% Year-on-Year
The decline in coal production was mainly due to the spread of COVID - 19, which caused a severe blow to the country's coal industry.
IndexBox: Asia Pacific Coal Market Rises for Third Consecutive Year
In 2019, the Asia Pacific coal market increased by 6.1% to US$751.8 billion, rising for the third consecutive year after four years of decline.
US Hampton Roads Coal Exports Falls to Three-Year Low in May
Coal exports out of the terminals in the Hampton Roads region in Virginia were at a three-year-low 2.1 million st in May, down 7.8% from 2.28 million st in April.
CIL to Engage MDOs to Boost Coal Output
Coal India Limited will engage mine developer cum operators to increase its coal output and reduce import dependency of the dry fuel in the coming years.
India's Coal Stock in Thermal Power Plants Increases to Highest Level of 50 MT: Pralhad Joshi
The coal stock in thermal power plants in the country has increased to the highest level of 50 million tonnes, sufficient enough for 30 days.
Indonesia's 2020 Coal Exports to Fall to 435 Million Tonnes: Report
The country has exported 175.15 million tonnes of coal in January to May.
The U.S. Coal Industry is Declining Irreversibly
The rising share of electricity generated by natural gas and renewable sources is eroding coal's share.
EIA: US Coal Consumption Continues to Decline Across All Sectors
US coal consumption has been declining since its peak in 2007 of 1.1 billion short.
Indonesia's April Coal Exports Drop to 2-Year Low
Indonesia’s thermal coal exports fell 18% on the year in April to a near two-year low as the coronavirus pandemic eroded demand.
First Week of June,U.S. Coal Production Forecast to Hit New High in 8 Weeks
US coal production is estimated at 8.65 million short tons, an increase of 5.5 from the previous week %, a decrease of 30.9% from the same period last year.
Are We Witnessing the Death of Coal?
Recent figures have not been kind to the coal industry, which in many countries has been in consistent decline over the last few years.
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